Read the latest blog from Thomas Zurek and see why migrating to SAP BW 7.4 on SAP HANA can make things simpler, more flexibel and faster.
Dan Kearnan of SAP (far right) moderates a panel at SAPinsider's BI-HANA 2014 event on the launch of SAP NetWeaver BW 7.4 powered by SAP HANA. Joining Kearnan are (from L to R) Lothar Henkes of SAP, John Appleby of Bluefin Solutions, and David Théroux-Bénoni and Pawel Mierski of Molson Coors. April 2014
The SAP BW 7.4 launch event took place during the HANA and BI Conference in Orlando, FL. There was an exciting line up of SAP BW and data warehousing experts including; Ken Tsai, Neil McGovern, Stefan Sigg and Juergen Hagedorn from SAP, Noel Yuhanna from Forrester and Molson Coors discussing their recent SAP BW 7.4 deployment. This full day event did discuss how SAP is re-inventing the data warehouse vision and the exciting new features in SAP BW 7.4. Investigate the summary page...SAP Business Warehouse 7.4 - Data Warehousing Re-Invented April 2014
Read about the exposure of BW data natively in HANA as HANA views that point directly to the data and tables managed by BW. This enables HANA-native consumption of BW data! March 2014
DMO is an option of SUM (Software Update Manager) for a combined update and migration: update an existing SAP system to a higher software release and migrate to SAP HANA database including the unicode conversion of the source database. The procedure is only available for systems based on AS ABAP, hence the executable SAPup is used in background. DMO migrates from an existing relational database type (“anyDB”) to SAP HANA. This presentation consolidates the updates in various areas around the database migration option, post copy automation and migration paths for on Premise and HEC. February 2014
In SAP BW 7.4 SP5 on HANA the new metadata object Open ODS View is introduced, which provides the data warehouse modeler with a flexible, easy to use tool to integrate external data in the EDW Core Data Warehouse. February 201
SAP NetWeaver BW on SAP HANA continues to be the cornerstone of SAP’s strategic vision for enterprise data warehousing providing organizations a solid data foundation to capture, store, transform and manage data in a scalable, enterprise-ready data warehouse. And as new challenges arise in the market (exploding data volumes, new data sources, the need for real-time information access, etc), SAP BW on HANA continues to evolve in order to meet the growing challenges imposed on IT by these ever changing market forces. The release of SAP BW running on SAP HANA is a great example of how SAP BW has evolved to ensure organizations continue to leverage their investment in SAP BW to meet these new challenge.
See this presentation to learn what SAP is doing next to evolve SAP BW on SAP HANA with SAP BW 7.4., SP 5 on SAP HANA Update March 2014
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